Pak vs Eng T20 World Cup 2022 Features: Follow LIVE Updates of PAK versus ENG, Last Match, ICC T20 World Cup 2022, that will be played at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on 13 November, Sunday.
Pak versus Eng T20 World Cup 2022 Features: Babar Azam’s Pakistan and Jos Buttler-drove Britain will take on one another in the last of the T20 World Cup 2022 at the notable Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Sunday (November 13). The match suppose to a nail-gnawing challenge as these different sides have brought their game up in the center of the competition and hoped to have tracked down the best playing XI. Britain have gotten a major lift with pacer Imprint Wood pronounced fit for the last. Both Pakistan and Britain had a scratchy beginning to the competition. Pakistan, truth be told, lost both their initial two matches against India and Zimbabwe individually.
In any case, the danger of downpour is posing a potential threat over the last with both Sunday and Save Day on Monday (November 14) have 100 percent chance of showers as per Australian MET division. There is arrangement of stretched out play on Save Day to decide a victor in the T20 World Cup 2022 last.
Pakistan vs Britain T20 World Cup 2022 Key Features Pak innings:
Pakistan scored 137/8 out of 20 overs after Britain won the throw and asked Babar Azam and Co to bat first
* Adil Rashid bowled superbly to pick 2 wickets for 22 runs in four overs which included 1 maiden
* England bowled brilliantly in the death overs, ensuring Pakistan did not go past 150-run mark.
They were on the edge of an early take out however they help colossally by different outcomes going in support of themselves. Like when Netherlands beat South Africa, their opportunities for the semi-finals woke up and Pakistan locked on to that open door with both the hands. After those two early blows, they welcomed back their mission on target and never thought back.
Britain as well, in the wake of dominating their most memorable game against Afghanistan, lost to Ireland in a downpour defaced match. Then their game versus Australia clean out. From consequently, every match that they played was a virtual take out and that kind of pushed the English group to do effectively. They beat New Zealand and Sri Lanka close to guarantee they arrived at the semi-finals where they totally whipped the Indian cricket crew, causing a 10-wicket misfortune at them to set up a mouth-watering experience against Pakistan in the enormous last.
Pakistan vs Britain Features, T20 World Cup Last 2022: Ben Stirs up, Sam Curran Guide Britain To 5-Wicket Prevail upon Pakistan
PAK versus ENG Features, T20 World Cup Last: Ben Stirs up scored an unbeaten 52 off 49 balls to assist Britain with pursuing down a 138-run target versus Pakistan in the last match of 2022 on Sunday.
Pakistan versus Britain Features, T20 World Cup Last 2022: Ben Stirs up, Sam Curran Guide Britain To 5-Wicket Prevail upon PakistanPAK versus ENG Features, T20 World Cup Last: Ben Stirs up scored an unbeaten 52 off 49 balls to assist Britain with pursuing down a 138-run target versus Pakistan in the last match of 2022 on Sunday.NDTV Sports DeskUpdated:November 13, 2022 06:26 PM ISTRead Time:1 min
Pakistan versus Britain Features, T20 World Cup Last 2022: Ben Stirs up, Sam Curran Guide Britain To 5-Wicket Prevail upon Pakistan
Features World Cup Last 2022, PAK versus ENG: Britain beat Pakistan by 5 wickets.© AFP
T20 World Cup Last, Pakistan versus Britain, Features: Ben Stirs up scored an unbeaten 52 off 49 balls to direct Britain to a 5-wicket prevail upon Pakistan in the last match of World Cup 2022 on Sunday. Haris Rauf’s 2 for 23 went to no end as Britain edged past Pakistan in the 138-run pursue at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Prior, Sam Curran got back with a spell of 3 for 12 and Adil Rashid picked 2 for 22 as Britain limited Pakistan to 137 for 8. Britain captain Jos Buttler had won the throw and selected to bowl first in the game.
England (Playing XI):
Jos Buttler(w/c), Alex Hales, Philip Salt, Ben Stokes, Harry Brook, Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Chris Woakes, Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid
Pakistan (Playing XI):
Babar Azam(c), Mohammad Rizwan(w), Mohammad Haris, Shan Masood, Iftikhar Ahmed, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Wasim Jr, Naseem Shah, Haris Rauf, Shaheen Afridi